23-year-old Pallavi Sachdeva from Delhi, cracked three exams CA (Chartered Accountancy), CA (Cost & Works Accountancy) and CS (Company Secretaries) which are considered to be the toughest tests to pass. She emphasizes and advocates the process of natural understanding instead of rigorous mug up things. Mugging up chapters without proper realization of the subjects may help temporarily but comprehending things naturally assist you beyond academics. Now, she has her dream job: an offer from international finance major, Barclays Plc.
Pallavi Sachdeva states ICICI Bank chief Chanda Kochhar has always been the inspiration behind her achievement. Chanda Kochhar is the first woman to run India’s second-largest lender ICICI Bank. In 1984, on completion of her business school she joined ICICI and she is considered to be the most significant figure for building the bank’s retail arm from scratch.
Age and financial status are the most insignificant facts for true accomplishers. They are intellectuals and adoring their achievements always make us feel proud. Team Success Stories wishes Pallavi Sachdeva all the very best for her future career and endeavors.